Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Spookiest Places in Philippine
The Manila Film Center, Philippines When the Manila Film Center was being built in the early ‘80s, the scaffolding collapsed and several workmen fell to their deaths in the orchestra pit. Rumour has it that instead of retrieving the bodies and giving the workmen proper burials, the First Lady at the time, Imelda Marcos, ordered that cement be poured onto the pit. Now visitors report hearing voices and poltergeist activity. Diplomat Hotel, Philippines On top of Dominican Hill in Baguio City is the now abandoned Diplomat Hotel. Before it was developed into a hotel, the building was a seminary founded in 1911; and during World War II, many nuns and priests were beheaded there. Guests and employees often saw headless apparitions in the hotel; and even when it closed in 1987 after the death of its owner, the sightings still persist.